SANS Korea 2013
Date of Event
SANS is pleased to return to Seoul, Korea on 11-16 November with four of our top-rated courses in pen testing, mobile device security, security management, and our newly revamped advanced forensics course. SANS Korea 2013 courses will be taught by top SANS instructors who will ensure you not only learn the material, but that you can also apply it immediately when you return to the office. Save the date and register today.
Learn what the course authors have to say about their course and choose one of these SANS courses.
SEC542: Web App Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking (GIAC-GWAPT) taught by Justin Searle
Author Statement - "Testing the security of Web applications is not as simple as just knowing what SQL injection and cross-site scripting mean. Successful testers understand that methodical, thorough testing is the best means of finding the vulnerabilities within the applications. This requires a deep understanding of how Web applications work and what attack vectors are available. This course provides that understanding by examining the various parts of a Web application penetration. When teaching the class, I especially enjoy the use of real-world exercises and the in-depth exploration of Web penetration testing." - Kevin Johnson
SEC575: Mobile Device Security and Ethical Hacking
Even with their weaknesses, mobile phones are here to stay and more and more we're being called on to support them. Some organizations try to drag their feet on allowing mobile phones, but that ultimately contributes to the problem: if we don't address security, the threats continue to grow uncontrolled and unmonitored.
Fortunately, we can securely deploy, manage, and monitor mobile phones and tablets inside our organizations through policy and careful network deployment and monitoring. We need to build some essential skills in analyzing the risks of data leakage in mobile code and the applications our end-users want to run from app store, and we need to ethically hack our networks to identify the real threat and exposure of mobile phone weaknesses.
I wrote this course to help people build their skills in all these areas, focusing on the topics and concepts that are most important and immediately useful. Every organization should have an analyst who has the skills for mobile phone security analysis and deployment. By taking this course, you'll become an even more valued part of your organization, and we'll have lots of geeky fun in the process. - Josh Wright
NEW! - Forensics 508: Advanced Computer Forensic Analysis and Incident Response (GIAC: GCFA) taught by Jess Garcia
The enemy is getting better, bolder, and their success rate is impressive.
We can stop them, but in order to do so we need to field more sophisticated incident responders and digital forensic investigators. We need lethal digital forensic experts who can detect and eradicate advanced threats immediately. A properly trained incident responder could be the only defense your organization has left during a compromise. Forensics 508: ADVANCED COMPUTER FORENSIC ANALYSIS AND INCIDENT RESPONSE is crucial training for you to become a lethal forensicator so that you can step up to these advanced threats. The enemy is good. We are better. This course will help you become one of the best. - Rob Lee
MGT512: SANS Security Leadership Essentials For Managers with Knowledge Compression™ taught by G. Mark Hardy
Author Statement - When SANS designed the Security Leadership for Managers course, we chose to emulate the format utilized by many executive MBA programs. While core source material is derived from our highly regarded SANS Security Essentials program, we decided to focus this program on the big picture of securing the enterprise: network fundamentals, security technologies, using cryptography, defense-in-depth, policy development, and management practicum. This course includes executive briefings designed to present a distilled summary of vitally important information security topics like operating system security and security threat forecasts. Ultimately, the goal of this program is to ensure that managers charged with the responsibility for information security can make informed choices and decisions that will improve their organization's security. - Stephen Northcutt
SANS Korea 2013 will be held at the COEX Convention Center in Seoul. This outstanding facility is in the business center of Seoul and is surrounded by the finest hotels and dining.
Please feel welcome to reach out to us at AsiaPacific@sans.org with any questions.
Save the date for this training, you won't want to miss it! We look forward to seeing you and your colleagues at the SANS Korea 2013.
- Receive a discount of up to $530 for any full course paid for by Wednesday, September 25, 2013.
- Receive a discount of up to $265 for any full course paid for by Wednesday, October 9, 2013.
- No refunds available after Wednesday, October 16, 2013.